How The High Number Of Government Vacancies Hurts Efficiency
There are more than 1,100 positions in the U.S. government that require a president’s nomination and Senate approval. Only 43 of President Trump’s nominees have been approved and more than 100 are awaiting confirmation.
Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Max Stier, president and CEO of Partnership for Public Service, a non-partisan nonprofit that tracks political appointments and nominations, about the impact of so many open positions.
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